Annual Bibliography 1995

Albrecht, James M. “‘Living Property’: Emerson’s Ethics”. ESQ 41 (1995): 177-217. Print.

Birch, Thomas D. “Toward A Better Economic Order: The Economic Thought Of Ralph Waldo Emerson”. NEQ 68 (1995): 385-401. Print.

Brasher, Alan. “James Freeman Clarke’s Journal Accounts Of Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Lectures”. SAR (1995): 83-100. Print.

Buell, Lawrence. The Environmental Imagination: Thoreau, Nature Writing, And The Formation Of American Culture. Harvard University Press, 1995. Print.

Burke, John J. From Home And Abroad: American And British Writers In Philadelphia 1800-1910. University Press of America, 1995. Print.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Emerson—A Stimulus For Oracular, Enigmatic And Nonsense Verse”. ARLR 9 (1995): 102-106. Print.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Emerson, Edward Everett And The Course In Greek Literature”. ARLR 9 (1995): 14-42. Print.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Some Broadsides Pertinent To Emerson And His Family”. ARLR 9 (1995): 120-39. Print.

Carlson, Eric W. Emerson’s Literary Criticism. University of Nebraska Press, 1995. Print.

Cavell, Stanley, Shawn Rosenheim, and Stephen Rachman. ““Being Odd, Getting Even (Descartes, Emerson, Poe)””. The American Face Of Edgar Allan Poe. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995. 3-36. Print.

Cavell, Stanley. Philosophical Passages: Wittgenstein, Emerson, Austin, Derrida. Blackwell, 1995. Print.

Deese, Helen R. “Emerson From A Feminist Perspective: The Caroline H. Dall Journals”. Postscript 12 (1995): 1-8. Print. Postscript.

Edmudson, Mark. Literature Against Philosophy, Plato To Derrida: A Defence Of Poetry. Cambridge University Press, 1995. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Self Reliance And Other Essays. Barnes & Noble Books, 1995. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Emerson’s Antislavery Writings. Len Gougeon and Joel Myerson. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1995. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Representative Men. Marsilio Publishers, 1995. Print.

Foley, Mary. “Fitz Hugh Lane, Ralph Waldo Emerson, And The Gloucester Lyceum”. American Art Journal 27 (1995): 99-101. Print. American Art Journal.

Fontana, Ernest. “George Eliot’s Romola And Emerson’s ‘the American Scholar’”. ELN 32 (1995): 70-75. Print.

Foster, Edward Halsey. “Teaching American Poetry In Context: Emerson And The Non-American Reader”. American Literature For Non-American Readers: Cross-Cultural Perspectives On American Literature. Meta Grosman. Peter Lang Pub Inc., 1995. 87-94. Print.

Geldard, Richard G. The Vision Of Emerson. Element, 1995. Print.

Gilbert, Armida. “‘To Sing In Horror, To Laugh In Hell’: Byron’S Influence On Emerson’s Poetry”. Byron Journal 23 (1995): 50-62. Print.

Golden, Arthur. “Whitman’s ‘Respondez!,’ ‘A Rounded Catalogue Divine Complete,’ And Emerson”. Études Anglaises 48 (1995): 319-327. Print.

Gougeon, Len, and Joel Myerson. Emerson’s Antislavery Writings. Yale University Press , 1995. Print.

Gowdy, Anne Razey. “Sherwood Bonner’s Interview With Ralph Waldo Emerson”. ARLR 9 (1995): 49-59. Print.

Hall, Dewey W. “From Edwards To Emerson: A Study Of The Teleology Of Nature”. SPAS 5 (1995): 123-47. Print.

Hansen, Olaf. “Stanley Cavell Reading Nietzsche Reading Emerson”. Nietzsche In American Literature And Thought. Manfred Pütz. Camden House, 1995. 275-95. Print.

Hirsch, Edward. “The Red-Hot Transcendentalist”. New Yorker (1995): 73-76. Print.

Hoogenboom, Ari. Rutherford B. Hayes: Warrior And President. University of Kansas Press, 1995. Print.

Johnson, Elwood. The Pursuit Of Power: Studies In The Vocabulary Of Puritanism. Peter Lang, 1995. Print.

Kateb, George. Emerson And Self-Reliance. Thousand Oaks, Cal.: Sage Publication, 1995. Print.

Klammer, Martin. Whitman, Slavery, And The Emergence Of Leaves Of Grass. Penn State University Press, 1995. Print.

Lyttle, David. “Emerson’s Transcendental Individualism”. CS 3 (1995): 89-103. Print.

Makarushka, Irene SM. “Emerson And Nietzsche On History: Lesson For The Next Millenium”. Literature And Theology At Century’s End. Gregory Salyer & Detweiler, Robert. Scholar’s Press, 1995. 89-101. Print.

Martin, Terence. Parables Of Possibility: The American Need For Beginnings. Columbia University Press, 1995. Print.

Meyer, William E. H., Jr.The Unwelcomed Presupposition Of American Philosophy—Eye-Epistemology: An Essay Far Beyond The Bounds Of Current Interdisciplinary Scholarship”. WStu 12 (1995): 83-94. Print.

Meyerowitz, Rael. Transferring To America: Jewish Interpretations Of American Dreams. State University of New York, 1995. Print.

Milder, Robert. Reimagining Thoreau. Cambridge University Press, 1995. Print.

Mott, Wesley T. “‘An Etching Of Emerson’ And The Problem Of Attribution”. ESP 6.i (1995): 1-4. Print.

Myerson, Joel. “Concord In 1882: The Journal Of Florence Whiting Brown”. SAR (1995): 291-344. Print.

Myerson, Joel. “A Catalogue Of Transcendentalist Materials In The Fruitlands Museums”. SAR (1995): 1-60. Print.

Norwood, Kyle. “‘Somewhat Comes Of It All’: The Structure Of Emerson’S ‘Experience”. ATQ 9 (1995): 21-39. Print.

O’Keefe, Richard R. Mythic Archetypes In Ralph Waldo Emerson: A Blakean Reading. Kent: Kent State University Press, 1995. Print.

O’Keefe, Richard R. “‘experience’: Emerson On Death”. ATQ 9 (1995): 119-29. Print.

Packer, Barbara, and Sacvan Bercovitch. “The Transcendentalists”. The Cambridge History Of American Literature, Prose Writing, 1820-1865. Vol. 2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995. 329-604. Print.

Parady, Marianne. 7 Secrets For Successful Living: Tapping The Wisdom Of Ralph Waldo Emerson To Achieve Love, Happiness And Self-Reliance. Kensington Books, 1995. Print.

Petrie, William L. Bibliography Of The Frederick Douglass Library At Cedar Hill. Silesia Press, 1995. Print.

Pye, John William. The 100 Most Significant Books Published By Ticknor And Fields 1832-1871. John William Pye Rare Books, 1995. Print.

Rabb, Jane M. Literature & Photography: Interactions 1840-1990. New Mexico, 1995. Print.

Reynolds, Larry J. “From Dial Essay To New York Book: The Making Of Woman In The Nineteenth-Century”. Periodical Literature In Nineteenth-Century America. Kenneth M Price & Smith, Susan Belasco. University of Virginia Press, 1995. 17-34. Print.

Richardson, Robert D., Jr. Emerson: The Mind On Fire. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1995. Print.

Riddel, Joseph N. Purloined Letters: Originality And Repetition In American Literature. Mark Bauerlein. Louisiana State University Press , 1995. Print.

Roberson, Susan L. Emerson In His Sermons: A Man-Made Self. University of Missouri Press, 1995. Print.

Robinson, David. “Emerson, Thoreau, Fuller, And Transcendentalism”. ALS (1995): 3-28. Print.

Rohler, Lloyd. Ralph Waldo Emerson: Preacher And Lecturer. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 1995. Print.

Rozakis, Laurie. Instant American Literature. Fawcett Columbine, 1995. Print.

Sattelmeyer, Robert. “Thoreau And Emerson”. The Cambridge Companion To Henry David Thoreau. Joel Myerson. Cambridge University Press, 1995. 25-39. Print.

Schweighauser, Charles A. “‘Know Thyself . . . Study Nature’: The Contemporary Scientist’S Dilemma.”. The Delegated Intellect: Emersonian Essays On Literature, Science, And Art In Honor Of Don Gifford. Donald E Morse. Peter Lang Pub Inc., 1995. 109-124. Print.

Shorey, Paul. The Roosevelt Lectures Of Paul Shorey (1913-1914). Edgar C Reinke. Ward W Briggs & Kopff, Christian E. Georg Olms, 1995. Print.

Smith, Harmon D. ““At Home With Lidian: Henry Thoreau In 1847-1848″”. CS 3 (1995): 35-48. Print.

Stapleton, Laurance. Some Poets And Their Resources: The Future Agenda: Lawrence, Emerson, Heaney, Bishop, Muir, Thomas, Melville, Wilbur. University Press of America, 1995. Print.

Stephenson, Will, and Mimosa Stephenson. ““Emerson’s Self-Reliance””. Expl 53.ii (1995): 81-82. Print.

Teichgraeber, Richard F., III. Sublime Thoughts/penny Wisdom: Situating Emerson And Thoreau In The American Market. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995. Print.

Thomas, David Wayne. “Godel’s Theorem And Postmodern Theory”. PMLA 110 (1995): 248-61. Print.

Tilton, Eleanor M. The Letters Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Vol. 10. Columbia University Press, 1995. Print.

Walls, Laura Dassow. Seeing New Worlds: Henry David Thoreau And Nineteenth-Century Natural Science. University of Wisconsin Press, 1995. Print.

Wenke, John. Melville’s Muse: Literary Creation & The Forms Of Philosophical Fiction. Kent State University Press, 1995. Print.

Wilson, Eddy P. “Emerson And Dewey On Natural Piety”. JR 75 (1995): 329-46. Print.

Young, Bette Roth. Emma Lazarus In Her World. Jewish Publication Society, 1995. Print.

Zwarg, Christina. Feminist Conversations: Fuller, Emerson, And The Play Of Reading. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1995. Print.